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    Angry How can I implement this in Full-Screen Exclusive Mode

    Hi bro, now I am using a Java Tutorial Software and it has a nice interface. This is the screen-shot of that software :

    (Because I don't have enough posts to post an image (20 is required), so I attach it)

    The question that I am wondering is that how can I paint text on a JFrame like in the above screen-shot. I have 2 ideas, but I think it's not the best and I am not sure if we can implement it :

    1. We can store that contents in a text file and display it in a JTextArea
    2. Instead of storing the contents in a text file, we store them in an image file and display it in a frame.

    Please give me some idea, if is there any better solution for this.

    Thanks so much! :(
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    can someone please help me :(. I really need an advice

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    You can find an example here.
    Try Controls4J - Advanced Swing Components.

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    hi devunion!

    I know how to write a program to run in Full-Screen Exclusive Mode. My only problem is that how can I paint text like in the attached image on a JFrame. Do you have any idea?

    Thanks for reply!
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    You can combine this layout from standard Swing components with custom paintComponent() method.
    Try Controls4J - Advanced Swing Components.

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